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'[OT]: HP16500 type wire leads'
2001\11\20@120619 by Richard Sloan

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Hoping someone might be able to locate these for sale, I have had no luck yet.

The attached pic shows the wire leads that attach to the end of the pods on the logic analyzer.

Thanks,
Richard.

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2001\11\20@122900 by John Ferrell

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I can't be certain, but they could be IBM Tri-Leads. They were still in
active use there when I retired in 1991.  If so, there should be a lot of
them in scrap heaps...

John Ferrell
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Julian NC 27283
Phone: (336)685-9606
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2001\11\20@131054 by mike

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It shouldn't be hard to make some - the pins are on 0.1" pitch and
will fit a standard IDC box header. Note that the probes include series resistors (?100K?)
On Tue, 20 Nov 2001 12:06:29 -0500, you wrote:

>Hoping someone might be able to locate these for sale, I have had no luck yet.
>
>The attached pic shows the wire leads that attach to the end of the pods on the logic analyzer.
>
>Thanks,
>Richard.

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